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Anaconda News 1904-03-02

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It is reported that the snow  in   Lind j     There seems to.be a shortage, of   j5re  Creek gulch is over two   feet    s?x     in I crackers, and, as every supotr ends  in  * *****    i     ���������'***���������-      ���������  depth. The.rea.aoii for this compari- voluntary contributions to a fund .for  tivly great depth is that the steep sides J Vclacks" and :the money must, be sent  of the ravine prevent the r sun from j to Victoria for more fireworks, new  striking it. yearrs celebration W extended.   .   L_st  nightSC.Q.OP ;wqrth of^cracjf^r^went off  to give* the deyil a good -.scarce, and next  week a supper to be given will end in a  $100.00 explosion.  s Show.  "Why Smith left home" was gr������eted  on Mondav evening by a full house.  j  h t v- r;h-!j c-b- Prm ivi,g.    v. I>.-���������#p-Jj*a"t������ *������  Sc���������?  ���������V TF.F /IS'Ac-orVj-A  NFWS~.  ABOUT TOWN  Mr. FvKeifer left town on Tuesday  mbrningfft stage oh a business trip to  Spokane.  The old barn on Butte Ave. belong-  ing to Mr. N. Charboneau is beir.g torn  down for the lumber.  Friday for her home in Davenport.  Mr. atnd Mrs. Van Bnskirk, who were  paying a farewell visit to their friends  in Greenwood, returned to Rossland on  Tuesday.  A new bakerv has   been   started    by  the Greenwood Fruit- Co.      They   now  furnish very fine bread  and  cake     at  Mrs. Geo. H. Inkster, who paid a vis- j rtasorable prices.  Try one of our acs.    it Pays.  it to her mother in Anaconda, left   last  ubsciiBtlQiT to  II the Lat  est mmm  w������  ���������is  J*K  Freshest z  Ti-JF ANACON/'A'-NFirs'  .*>  fcub.scriptuji to * Aiaicnda News"  .50 a year, or .05 prr ticket, good for5  v-eeks.    By mail $1.00   per year.   WiL  Photo Supplies.  Books, Stationery   WaHoaper, Etc.  Tinning and plumbing  ' COPPER ST.   Dr. R. Matliison  Dentist  Greenwood.  Town lots Selling ���������h*,ap.  Houses and Cabins to Rent.   GARLAND  & CO.   JUST RECEIVED"-  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT^���������  Smith & MsEwen.  i'  MINES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE;  Llf.E &,    ACCIDENT   "INSURANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  v   Greer-wood-, B. C  .ETC  Tlie Week's  era  15th to 21. SnowfalL-jSunday 2% in:  Mbnday        ...An. {Total   x7H -'"  Tuesday 2 " ������������������ \  -Coldest 14 Fakir.  Wednesday  2l/2  " (Warmest 45    ���������'*  Thursday % " (TotalSnow 18 in  Friday trace " )   " L ast wki l7"  Saturday      ....  ;; n.xrease 1"  H..B. iVrUNROE'  QANDY, FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Green ������'Cod, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BAisiv OF  v..OMM:k.MCl.  v.  \. ��������� G R K ENWOOD P.i C.  EEESH FE"C'IT: at tlie  End Grocery.  TRY OUR  \-  ..***  \  ���������i'������-~"j-. TF~ AN.Af,vvN'-r-..A-'Vr,VvS%  ... CUL riJiS .LL.hU:,.        .... ''.>  ''What,'- inquired'the psychological  student."do ycu regard as the chief end  of man?"  "Well," answered "Mr. Blykinr*,-' '��������� t  depends on what yon want the man for.  If you want him 10 do brain work it'<-  his head, but if you want him to run  errands ii s his feet.''  ff���������:������������������''    >TE\DLi.c Mi'.ATS.  " FRE-H FLShIToYSTEKS.  poultryTgame,  v������>- * ji si ^ar aTk  8 a  jjfl*s pa Basra  ,1  *' %**  :jl j- . .    ..'>������������������    .������ '  ''.w  THE  GIANT  ER Co.,CG!M.  High & Low Explosive  Gutta Fercha Fus3 &  ������������������   Caps  Electric Blasting*    ap-  paratus.  FACTORIES  AT   GIANT  CLIPPER GAP, CAL, &     VICTORIA B. C. ^  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREETS.  Tel A. 72. <--*reetaw3sd B.C.  V- ebb &,MaTna������d. "'"  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  /:'  y :VvCopper: Sr.  Karris? ers.  Cree.iiw< < d B. C  THE BANK.'QF   BRITISH    xXOltm *' ���������  ��������� ������������������������������������ 'AMERICA. ;   .     "   '  GrCwl; WGO\3, :j. C.  THE  O. S. C,  NEW & SECOND HAND-'STORE.  ^ ypcr Si-    Grec:i\vo,\:, B. C.    ' THE ANACONDA  NEWS  FINING NOTES,  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  At the Providerce the shaft is down  about 280 feet and they will commence  stoDeing- the rich ore out on the fourth  level which will enable thtm to ship a  carload per week to Ihe Anaconda  smelter.  FINEST IMPORTED DRI  AT  The tunnel is progressing on the Dynamo, and the owners hope to .soon  strike the rich ore.  It is expected that Mr. W. L. Hogg  will start developmeut on the Arlington Burns.  J. H. McMannus,  Proprietor.  -T-������.   .1    ������ _jji.  "���������        *   ���������       .   ��������� ������n-  WEARE &CLE AGENTS I OI  The feest fnso in tfee world.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  IRONBREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Wholesome ��������� Satisfying"- -Noi'i-Alcholic.  mm.  For sale at the-  Licn Bottling Works.  Greenwood. B. C.  "mi mure THir Tiftiri P"  OUR  COUGH   RE  ������_. mm*    B   ���������  WALL PAPER  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay   you   to  inspect our stock.  J. L WEHE.        ritpcrsirg- Cfecii.ifct  */ !H -'��������� AN At'ON; -A  NfWS  83! ���������  m  mz  ?3  u  Greer wood  ft.O  . . UURNS&.-C������  DRUG CO.  For the Pure Stuff.  Hurt at Mother Lode.  Mr. A. Gedette was injured at the  Mother Lode on Moucay by the fall of  a machine drill. He was brought down  to the hospital on Tuesday. It is sincerely hoped that his injuries are not  serious.  ,w ���������-,- i^Qj1   (1*51 m$ SffiSPV   rsn_ wr u  <S* xSL?.!:'  8^   ISf- _JLJa.'  \S_������ r__ II  'Phone "No. 2.  ������&$-  t W ^ S& H   *ic wll  FIRE    INSURANCE,     MI  REAL ESTATE.  UEO. It. NAO^  #  MANAGING  DIRECTOR  ty  ty  ty  ty  ty  &  ty  ty  ������������������#������������������������������������%. $>ty  I LTO "   *  <>  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL.  ty  ty  ty  v>  5^'fern Explosives,  ^ Blasting & Stumping- Powder.&  ty   Fu&e, Caps & Blasting ^pparatus.^  ty &  ty FACTORY NANAIIVIO B. C. %  Mr, Birnie is now   champion    curler  for greenwood.    He won the trophy in  la������t iiigitl'a izims.  ty  ty  E. W. Monk, |  District Marager.  NELSON.  ty  ty  v  I


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